Starting Wednesday, anyone 21 and older may possess and grow marijuana in Oregon. Readers want to know what that means for driving.

We asked Anthony Johnson, the chief petitioner of Measure 91, Oregon’s new marijuana law, about driving and cannabis.

Q&A: Everything you need to know about legal marijuana in Oregon

Want to grow your own marijuana? Here is how to get started in Oregon

Can a passenger smoke cannabis in my car?

A: Passengers may be found guilty for “consuming in cars and any smell created by smoking or vaping marijuana could lead to a law enforcement officer suspecting that the driver was using marijuana and illegally under the influence, so use in the car should be avoided by all parties.”

I haven’t found any restrictions on transporting plants within Oregon, so I am assuming on July 1 I may load four plants in my rig and move them from my house to a friend’s house.

Yes. Transporting non-flowering plants is allowed, as long as the plants remain out of public view.

— Noelle Crombie

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